The System Status tab contains a collection of relevant data that will help you debug your website accurately and more efficiently. In this tab, you can also generate a System Report, which you can include in your support tickets to help our support team find solutions for any problems you may have much faster. This tab is divided into four sections; Avada Versions, WordPress Environment, Server Environment and the Active Plugins section. The System Status tab is located at WP Admin > Avada > System Status in your WordPress Admin Sidebar. Continue reading below for more information on each section.
The Avada Versions section will have the current theme version, your previous versions, as well as several utility buttons that relate to the Avada 4 Theme Options migration and the Avada 5 Shortcode conversion. The content you see in this section will vary depending on which versions you’ve used. If you started out with Avada 5.0, then you will only see the current Avada version. If you updated from older Avada versions, then you will see additional information. For more information on each item which may be displayed in this section, view the list below.
- Current Version: – This section will display the version number of the currently active Avada theme.
- Previous Versions: – This section will display the Avada update history for this site up-to the last three updates.
- Avada 4.0 Migration: – If you started using Avada on a version pre-Avada 4.0, then you will see a section which relates to the Theme Options migration to the Avada 4+ Theme Options framework. Click here for more details on the migration.
- Avada 5.0 Conversion: The Avada 5 update ushered in a new Fusion Builder Plugin which was completely rebuilt and refactored from the previous page builder included with Avada. The Fusion Builder plugin used a new shortcode syntax. Because of this, it required a conversion from the old builder’s shortcode syntax to the new Fusion Page Builder’s syntax. If you had an Avada version pre-Avada 5.0 installed, your content would have been converted upon update and the below buttons would have been listed on the System Status page for your site.
- Run Conversion: – This button can be used to manually start the shortcode conversion process on your site. Click here for more details on this.
- Revert Conversion: – This button will revert your page content to how it was before the update and shortcode conversion took place. Click here for more details on this.
This section displays all the relevant data that has to do with your WordPress environment.
- Home URL – This item displays the URL of your site’s homepage.
- Site URL – This item displays the root URL of your site.
- WP Content Path – This item displays the system path to this WordPress install’s wp-content directory.
- WP Path – This displays the system path to the WordPress install’s root directory.
- WP Version – This item displays the version of WordPress installed on your site.
- WP Multisite – This item displays whether or not you have WordPress Multisite enabled.
- WP Memory Limit – This item displays the maximum amount of memory (RAM) that your site can use at one time.
- WP Debug Mode – This item displays whether or not Debug Mode for WordPress is enabled.
- Language – This item displays the current language used by WordPress.
This section displays all the relevant data that has to do with your server environment.
- Server Info – This item displays information about the web sever that is currently hosting your site.
- PHP Version – This item displays the version of PHP installed on your hosting server.
- PHP Post Max Size – This item displays the largest size that your post data can reach. That includes all post content (images, text, etc.)
- PHP Time Limit – This item displays the amount of time (in seconds) that your site will spend on a single operation before timing out.
- PHP Max Input Vars – This item displays the maximum number of variables your server can use for a single function to avoid overloads.
- SUHOSIN Installed – This item displays whether or not SUHOSIN is installed.
- ZipArchive – This shows whether or not ZipArchive is installed on yours server. This is needed for demo imports.
- MySQL Version – This item displays the version of MySQL installed on your hosting server.
- Max Upload Size – This item displays the largest file size that can be uploaded to your WordPress installation.
- DOM Document – This item displays whether or not DOM Document is installed. This resource is needed for the Fusion Builder to function correctly.
- WP Remote Get – This item shows whether or not wp_remote_get() is functioning correctly. This is used by Avada for communication with different APIs. (eg. Google, Twitter, Facebook)
- WP Remote Post – This item shows whether or not wp_remote_post() is functioning correctly. This is used by Avada for communication with different APIs. (eg. Google, Twitter, Facebook)
- GD Library – This item displays if the GD Library is installed and what the active version is.
This section displays all your active plugins. The Fusion Core, Fusion Builder, LayerSlider, and Revolution Slider are plugins included with the theme. Please ensure that the Fusion Core and Fusion Builder plugins are always active and up-to-date.
- Fusion Core – This plugin is created by ThemeFusion, and is a required plugin. Please make sure it’s always active and up-to-date.
- Fusion Builder – This plugin is created by ThemeFusion, and is a required plugin. Please make sure it’s always active and up-to-date.
- LayerSlider WP – This plugin is created by Kreatura Media, and is an included plugin.
- Revolution Slider – This plugin is created by ThemePunch, and is an included plugin.
Red and Green Values
In the System Status tab, some values may appear as green or red. If a value appears as green, this means that the value satisfies the minimum requirements needed to run the theme. If a value appears as red, this means that the value is below the minimum requirements and needs to be adjusted. Please click the button below to read about how to increase these limits.Click Here To Learn How To Adjust System Status Limits